Altshuler Shaham Investment House was established in 1990 by Gilad Altshuler and Kalman Shaham, and now incorporates a group of companies in various fields of finance.
Altshuler Shaham is co-managed by two chief executives, with many years of experience and expertise: Gilad Altshuler – over 30 years of experience in the Capital Market, and Ran Shaham – over 20 years of experience in the Capital Market. Kalman Shaham has been involved in the capital market since 1971, and his long experience makes him one of the most respected professionals in the field.
Today, the investment house manages some 245 billion shekels for 1.8 clients and investors, and offers its clients a broad range of products and services, including managing investment portfolios, provident funds, study funds, pension funds and mutual funds. Altshuler Shaham also offers additional services such as retirement planning, alternative investments, trust services and foreign currency services, provided by its incorporated subsidiaries.
Altshuler Shaham stand for responsible, calculated investment policy, taking the long view, combined with flexibility and keeping an open mind. The Group’s investment managers work to identify global trends and processes, in order to find attractive investment opportunities. We believe in a unique approach that combines professionalism and ethics, uncompromising excellence and constant renewal, so that we can adjust to changing market conditions. The ability to identify trends and respond to the markets in Israel and worldwide is the key, in our estimation, to achieving long term results.*
At Altshuler Shaham, the clients come first, and they are the main asset of the investment house. We therefore constantly seek to improve and streamline processes, and to vary the channels of contact for the benefit of our clients. We focus our efforts on providing clients with the most professional information, tailored to their needs. Our clients’ trust is of supreme importance to us, and we work to foster and retain this trust every day.